Ebook: 67 pages
Published March 14th 2013 by Shelley Munro
(first published January 1st 2010)
Zoe Underwood is one sexy disruption.
From the moment her father married Matt’s mother, Zoe has tempted Matt Cantrell with her seductive curves and driven him crazy with her flirting and provocative manner. The thing is they have no future because Zoe is his stepsister. Determined to dodge trouble, Matt leaves Auckland to live and work in the Gold Coast of Australia. A sea between them should do the trick and let him move forward without the “Zoe” distraction in his life.
Matt Cantrell is one stubborn dude.
No one presses Zoe’s buttons like the tall, dark and gorgeous Matt. In fact, every other man pales in comparison. One last play. Zoe decides to invade Matt’s territory and make her move before some other clever woman snaps him up. She’ll bust through emotional walls and push boundaries. By the time she’s finished, Matt won’t know what hit him. Yes. Good or bad, she’ll stir things up and take a chance on love.
Note - this book was previously published by All Romance ebooks as part of the 28 Days of Heart series
Warning: this is an adult book
if you are under 18 please ignore this post
WOW just WOW
Man times I´ve talked with friends that like me have passion for books and on some of those convos we have discussed Erotica among other things.
Our main complain has always been that must of the times this books have no story you just flip the page and the characters are all over each other for no articular reason and about what seems like millions of pages of them going at it like rabbits the book ends.
Well let me tell you this book is soooooo not like that.
Wild child is a veru short read only 69 pages but the author did an amazing job.
it has a very entertaining plot, and even though it was after the first few pages that Zoe and Matt do the horizontal mambo, there was a very valid reason behind it.
I loved this book it was simple, sexy and entertaining, it had a back bone so congrats to the author for such an amazing story in so few pages.
I will def. be in the look out for Shelley Munro